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Posted by Paulette 7 mark Pitman on 02/19/2011
Have been going to Five Points always looking forward to a good meal, Tonight was not usual, We ordered veal chop for two and it was tough and basically the quality was not top notch. So sorry. Maybe it was a quirk.
Posted by Live in the area on 01/09/2011
This place brunch rocks and everything else is very solid. Their menu has something for everyone and tables are spacious for NYC. Big fan.
Posted by ashaps on 10/08/2010
This place would be good, but it just misses the mark somehow. I felt that they were just trying too hard to be creative with the cocktails and dishes. My date and I tried 4 of the cocktails. Because they looked so creative and appealing on the menu, when the first round was no good we actually tried for a second. Not a single one of them was worthwhile; the flavors did not translate well from the menu to the glass, and the ones with fruit were filled with way t0o much weird pulp. The potato pizza with truffle oil was very good. I had seen a feature of this pizza on a food network show and it really did live up to my expectations. I ordered the scallops as my main, and I am still a bit confused. The scallops themselves were fresh and seared well, but the mush of stuff underneath was unidentifiable. My date ordered the flap steak, which was a solidly good, yet simple dish. So overall, I would say we were half-and-half. I will not be back.
Posted by MARKHROTH on 07/12/2010
Excellent dinner here. Fantastic waiter who could not have been more personable. Food was very good. We had some trouble understanding the wine list and the waiter recommended a number of wines, one of which was the least expensive on the menu and was perfect. How often does that happen? We ate inside and it was not loud although the restaurant was not full. We did not have dessert but they looked great.
Posted by Amy on 01/31/2010
Food is average. Noise level is a bit insane. And it's so crowded by the entrance I would hate to sit there.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/18/2009
When I went I had scallops with polenta and the scallops almost melted in my mouth, they were cooked so perfectly. The decor is modern but homey and the cocktails are inventive and refreshing. Great for a girls night!
Posted by Underwhelmed Foodie on 11/10/2009
This place is not worth the trip. We had the fried chicken which was good but it tasted like Chinese food. Perhaps it's because of the five spice? The pork shoulder was bland topped with super sour cranberry sauce. As for the waiter..he put my dinner order in the middle of the table and left the bread dish in front of me. Seriously? The matre'ds didn't even acknowlege us when we left the restaurant. There are just no compelling reason to return to this place.